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September 19, 2014 – 7:10 am |

Five streets in Pueblo have been repainted to include bike lanes. The lanes, which first appeared Sept. 5, have caused drivers and bicyclists alike to adjust to a new traffic flow.
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Climbing wall grand opening – Friday, Feb. 22

February 20, 2008 – 10:54 am |

Check out the climbing wall during its grand opening on Friday, Feb 22, 6 p.m. in the new Massari Arena.
The climbing wall will be open to students, staff, alumni and the community this Friday and …

Computer tune-up and installations

February 19, 2008 – 5:49 pm |

Does your computer seem slower than when you first bought it? It probably is. When you work on your computer or browse the Internet, your computer picks up lots of gunk and malware.
The ACM club …

Pack stands tall in face of stiff competition in Phoenix

February 17, 2008 – 10:55 pm |

To the naked eye, the ThunderWolves’ men’s and women’s tennis team essentially travelled 1,000 miles to get pounded into the pavement, losing most of the matches they had in the four-day-long tennis free-for-all.But the Pack …

Pack women can’t shoot with Skyhawks

February 16, 2008 – 11:47 pm |

The Pack lost their second straight game Saturday night in Durango, Colo., 55-71, to the number eighth ranked team in the nation, Fort Lewis College.
The Pack were led in scoring by Jonnie Draper who had …

Pack greets home opening crowd with sweep of Mary

February 16, 2008 – 11:39 pm |

When ThunderWolves’ ace Juan Gomez gave up two homers in the first inning in his first start ever in the thin Colorado air, the San Bernardino, Calif. native didn’t panic. Nor did his teammates.

Pitching, hitting fall flat as Pack gets swept by Adams

February 16, 2008 – 11:35 pm |

When the ThunderWolves’ Ashley Aldrich and Bo Nuanez managed to uncork back-to-back jacks in the seventh inning of the Pack’s second game against Adams State Saturday, it didn’t generate the kind of excitement you would …

ThunderWolves face stiff competition in trip to Phoenix

February 16, 2008 – 11:01 am |

Though wins weren’t easy to come by, the CSU-Pueblo men’s tennis team were taking solace in the fact that they were getting their licks in against some of the nation’s best, getting shut out by …

Pack engineers split of first two matches in Phoenix

February 16, 2008 – 10:57 am |

Number-two singles player Julie Wainwright was nearly able to come away undefeated in the ThunderWolves’ first two matches of play in Phoenix, winning three matches in doubles and singles play on Thursday and Friday.

Oaxaca, Raun, Wainwright named to all-RMAC Preseason tennis teams

February 16, 2008 – 10:53 am |

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo’s men’s and women’s number-one singles players, Ricardo Oaxaca and Jamie Raun, and the women’s number-two, Julie Wainwright, have been named to the RMAC preseason all-conference tennis …

The ELC in review

February 14, 2008 – 1:53 pm |

Whether you like to rough it out in the wilderness or you like the indoor sport scene a little more, the Experiential Learning Center offers students, faculty, staff and the Pueblo community a wide range …

Students should act now for financial aid

February 14, 2008 – 1:52 pm |

Students should be aware of some financial aid deadlines and changes for the 2008-2009 academic year.
The first deadline to be aware of is the March 1 deadline for FAFSA and scholarship applications. Students do not …

Company building Massari adds a lot to Pueblo community

February 14, 2008 – 1:51 pm |

When you’re late for class and you’re cussing at the construction truck that took your parking space do you think about the people who are working on the new renovation of the Massari Arena? Most …